Paris Travel Blog


Literature in Paris: Shakespeare & Co.

The best bookstores are just as exciting as the books that they sell. Entering a bookshop should be an experience of anticipation and mystery, full of thrills and surprises, and if it’s a really good shop, it will have well-developed characters and a historical plot line that makes you gasp. The Shakespeare and Company in […]

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Cooking with Veronique of Cuisine Elegante

At American Concierge we love to connect you with local French people who provide unique French experiences. For us, it’s not just having a great tour experience, but also a knowledgeable and fun guide! We would like to introduce you to Veronique of Cuisine Elegante! New to our team of experts, Veronique offers an array […]

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Hotel Highlight: Le Meurice

Paris is full of luxurious 5 star hotels, but when it comes to staff kindness and hotel beauty which inspires, Le Meurice is a personal favorite. Le Meurice is owned and operated by the Dorchester Collection, a luxury hotel operator based in London. Situated on the infamous Rue Rivoli just across from the Tuileries gardens […]

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Cafe Karamel

Paris is full of beautiful cafes, where one can spend hours sipping their Café Crème and watching the world go by just outside. Something special about the city of light is the fact that waiters here are paid a regular wage and are not working for tips, therefore, they are in no rush to get […]

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All of the light: Musée d’Orsay

Musée d’Orsay is the golden child of impressionist art. It houses the largest collection of impressionist and post-impressionist masterpieces in the world, by recognizable painters including Monet, Manet, Degas, Renoir, Sisley, Gauguin, and Van Gogh. I promise you don’t have to be any kind of art enthusiast to get pleasure from time spent at the […]

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A Romantic Weekend Away in Giverny

Giverny is most famous for being the home of famous impressionist painter Claude Monet. Monet passed by this picturesque Normandy village by train and decided to rent a home there, and eventually buy that very same home because he was so inspired by all the beauty that surrounded the area. Why not follow in Monet’s […]

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